Covid-19 has re-ordered virtually every industry around the globe, but few more profoundly or more quickly than real estate and development.
People have rediscovered how vital “home” actually is – a safe haven, a make-shift schoolroom and a remote office. These spaces will look different in the next normal, post-coronavirus world. Between architects and developers, it’s often difficult to determine how to process the rapidly changing feedback and data, innovate and problem-solve. However, in true Cincinnati-region style, we believe we have the talent and resources to figure out how the next normal and the eventual new normal will impact the real estate market.
This program will be jointly presented by the UC Real Estate Center and ULI Cincinnati and hosted by PNC Bank Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky President Kay Geiger and North American Properties’ president and CEO Tom Williams. A special thanks to both organizations for supportin the Real Estate Center’s programs and members throughout these challenging times and made this event possible.
Together these programs will provide participants an opportunity to hear from nearly 20 of the Cincinnati region’s most noteworthy thought-leaders in and around the real estate space on a variety of topics and how COVID-19 has impacted each since March of 2020:
- Real Estate Development
- Commercial Office Market
- Retail Market
- Industrial Market
- Multi-Family Market
- Single-Family Market
- Transit (Metro/TANK, Air)
- College and Professional Sports
- Restaurants and Bars
- Hotels and Hospitality
- Business and Consumer